Category Archive: Basketball

Short People Rule

By: Connor Lenahan Isaiah Thomas is the man. No, seriously, he is the absolute dude. Last night he helped shock the world and beat the Golden State Warriors in Oakland. He had a… Continue reading

Well Played, DeVry

By: Connor Lenahan The amount of joy the following story brought me is pretty much without a peer, it was amazing. This year’s NCAA Tournament has been predictably crazy in as much that… Continue reading

Dammit, Indiana

By: Connor Lenahan So I think I may have jinxed Kentucky yesterday. But rather than blame myself, I am going to blame Indiana University, Tom Crean, and the state of Indiana. More fun… Continue reading

Embrace Madness

By: Connor Lenahan I would ask how your bracket is doing, but given that almost a quarter of the brackets on ESPN’s Tournament Challenge had the now-eliminated Michigan State winning, I’m going to… Continue reading

Happy Birthday, Mo

By: Connor Lenahan Maurice Watson Jr. is one of the best people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting, let alone calling one of my best friends. He was one of the… Continue reading

Let’s Beat American

By: Connor Lenahan There’s not much left to say. Let’s beat American. Tomorrow, 7PM, in Case Gym.

Time for Revenge

By: Connor Lenahan Two years ago the Boston University Terriers had one of the best seasons in team history. In their first year in the Patriot League they went 15-3 in league play,… Continue reading

Nate and John

By: Connor Lenahan Today I got to announce two of my favorite people as they walked with their families out to be honored for Senior Day. Nate Dieudonne and John Papale both were… Continue reading

The Senior Day

By: Connor Lenahan There’s a decent chance that I’m going to get choked up on Saturday during the final regular season Boston University basketball game. That’s because it’s going to be Senior Day… Continue reading

Buzzer Beater University

By: Connor Lenahan For the second time this week Boston University won on a walk off buzzer beater. Sunday it was John Papale, the Silent Assassin, who ended up #1 on the SportsCenter… Continue reading